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Old 07-21-2005, 04:14 PM   #31
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Sweet! Tonawanda! You're close to where we make the I5/I4 Atlas engines...
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Sweet! Tonawanda! You're close to where we make the I5/I4 Atlas engines...
River road/Niagara street area? Vulcan street... Kenmore ave... I'm assuming it'* the Chevy plant that borders these streets..

I live close to there, and I've seen the plant a thousand times in my lifetime. Nice decorations at Christmas time.
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25312184 , 4 wire heated is what you need... Unless they have an Upgraded PN... AC Delco number AFS75

Just checked and that sensor croses to your car... This sensor was used in the 94-96 bonnies...

You should see how many GM cars it crosses to..

That'* what confuses me. Today, a search came up with one o2 for my car, and that number is different than yours. Makes me think several different ones will work, but which is correct, or the best one for my car?

For some reason, I'm inclined to trust your judgement over GMPD'* search..

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25312184 , 4 wire heated is what you need... Unless they have an Upgraded PN... AC Delco number AFS75

Just checked and that sensor croses to your car... This sensor was used in the 94-96 bonnies...

You should see how many GM cars it crosses to..

That'* what confuses me. Today, a search came up with one o2 for my car, and that number is different than yours. Makes me think several different ones will work, but which is correct, or the best one for my car?

Sam B.
Order the above AFS75 GM # 25312184, If it turns out to be the wrong one I'll but it from you.... But I am certain its the one you want...

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there'* two oxy sensors in your bonnie - one before and one after the cat. the one we talk about here is the one before... and yeah, you can trust his numbers over just about anything he'* got an amazing database of a memory for that kind of thing.

if you did feel like double checking, one would only have to go to the techinfo link at the top of the page... click on specifications (if memory serves), and there'* a link to see the p/n'* of all the oxy sensors for bonnies...
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25312184 , 4 wire heated is what you need... Unless they have an Upgraded PN... AC Delco number AFS75

Just checked and that sensor croses to your car... This sensor was used in the 94-96 bonnies...

You should see how many GM cars it crosses to..

That'* what confuses me. Today, a search came up with one o2 for my car, and that number is different than yours. Makes me think several different ones will work, but which is correct, or the best one for my car?

Sam B.
Order the above AFS75 GM # 25312184, If it turns out to be the wrong one I'll but it from you.... But I am certain its the one you want...

Thank you JR...

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